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Bundaberg Five Mojito

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Who doesn't love a good Mojito?

Why not try making your own with Bundaberg Rum Five?

Easier than you think. Just make sure you get the following..

  • Lime Juice
  • Sugar Syrup
  • Mint
  • Bundaberg Five Rum
  • Crushed Ice - No crushed ice? Put ice cubes in a tea towel and crush with a rolling pin.
  • Soda Water
  • Tall Or Short Glass

Then in this order

Add 

60ml Bundaberg Five Rum

20ml Lime Juice

15 ml Sugar Syrup

5 Mint Leaves

Crushed Ice

Top up with Soda Water

Add a slice of lime and a sprig of mint to the top of the glass

Now enjoy.

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